This is a re-post of a story that appeared at: Your Daily Cute. It’s obvious that they must find a new forever home TOGETHER. Please pass this to everyone you know, they really deserve it!
Happy Two Cats Tuesday, Cuteheads! Today’s is a very special post. I hope someone out there in Cuteland can help!
Today I’d like you to meet Lenox and Diamond. Lenox is blind and Diamond only has one good eye. They are brothers and the bestest friends in the world, and Diamond is basically Lenox’s seeing-eye cat.
Both of these sweet babies were adopted as kittens and had the best daddy in the world. He loved them dearly and they adjusted better than anyone could have hoped. But then their daddy lost his job and as a last resort had to move back in with his parents in New York. His mom absolutely refused to take the cats in. He was crushed!!
Luckily, though, the shelter they were adopted from (Animal Aid — one of Cute’s favorites!) offered to take them back in and care for them. He reluctantly took them back and they are in a foster home now — and have once again adjusted amazingly! They really are quite a pair.
So now Lenox and Diamond are in search of a forever home again. A real forever home. They must go together as they are used to having each other to depend on. Neither one knows they are missing anything, and together they are the dynamic duo!
These babies are too special to not have a mommy and daddy to shower them with love and attention. They need a real home, where they can live the life they deserve. Let’s get together and find them one!
Here’s some more pictures and a little more about them. If you or anyone you know might be able to give them a loving home, please email me, tweet me, Facebook me or contact their friend at Animal Aid at LeeSparkman (at) aol (dot) com. Animal Aid (and Lenox and Diamond!) is located in South Florida.
Lenox is a little over a year old and blind. He is a beautiful white cat — absolutely scrumptious, little guy, plays, uses the litter box and comes when called. He chases balls, eats up a storm, climbs, tumbles with other cats and you would never ever suspect he could not see. He goes non-stop — he has so much energy. It is hard to believe he is blind and how his senses compensate for his loss of sight. Lenox has had surgery to remove his eyes, so there will be no need to worry about infections. Lenox also has a brother, Diamond, who also needed one eye removed. Lenox and Diamond were adopted together and dearly loved by a very nice young man. Unfortunately he lost his job and had to move back with his family up north and so these darling boys are available for adoption again. Lenox and Diamond must be adopted together. TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THEM, PLEASE CONTACT THEIR FRIEND, LEE, AT 754-366 8072 or LeeSparkman (at) aol (dot) com.
Diamond is a darling grey tabby male cat. Diamond needed to have one eye removed for avoid future infections. You might think he is suffering, but he is a perfectly rambunctious, happy fellow. He runs, jumps, plays with toys and other cats and dogs. Dogs and cats are no problem to Diamond, he can handle his own. Diamond has a brother, Lenox, who is blind because he needed surgery to remove both his eyes. Lenox and Diamond were adopted together and dearly loved by a very nice young man. Unfortunately he lost his job and had to move back with his family up north and so these darling boys are available for adoption again. Lenox and Diamond must be adopted together. TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THEM, PLEASE CONTACT THEIR FRIEND, LEE, AT 754-366 8072 or LeeSparkman (at) aol (dot) com.
Please pass this on to anyone you think might be able to give them a home, or who might know someone who could. They are at Animal Aid in South Florida and you can call Lee at the number or email above to meet them or get more info.
Let’s make Lenox and Diamond’s day!!
(Oh, and Pimp and Moo will be back next Tuesday for Two Cats Tuesday. They totally understood and were more than happy to let Lenox and Diamond borrow their day today!)